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  • 00:59

    Coffee with Conrad - NonConformity and YOUR Tweets

    in Religion

    Today on Coffee with Conrad


    Non Conformity

    Your Tweets



  • 01:26


    in Entertainment

    Welcome to America where everything costs money. For shelter  you must pay rent. To eat you have to buy food. To drink you have to purchase water. Even the luxuory of clean air costs The only thing that is free are the thoughts in your head. Not for long because now even freethinking is being taxed. Freethinking is now considered a mental disorder. Freethinking and nonconformity can now put you in an instituution, but is that right? Should Freethinking be a penalized. Why are nonconformists being likened to criminals? Why is the American establishment so scared of your thoughts? Also elegant artist, Diia joins us to talk about her travels, her music, and why she is so passionate about her path. DANGEROUS MINDS: WHY FREETHINKING IS CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR  next 2RAW4TV 12/11/14 @ 11Pm est blogtalkradio.com/2RAW4TV call 3234100036 to comment, question, or listen via phone

  • 00:14

    Wayne Dyer's Wisdom of The Ages Series--Nonconformity

    in Self Help

    A show dedicated to exploring Wisdom of the Ages, by Dr. Wayne Dyer. In this book, Dr. Dyer highlights the messages of sixty ancient spiritual teachers, and translates this knowledge into advice that we can apply in the 21 century.
    This episode will focus on the teachings of Henry David Thoreau. We'll talk about how living authentically might get us into trouble, but in the end will help us align with our true calling.
    Visit Cloris’s blog: http://selfactualizedlife.blogspot.com and follow her on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cloriskylie

  • 00:52

    Parenting The Gay/Lesbian Teen Bullying Dr Stewart Adelson

    in Parents

    Dr. Adelson is an adult, child and adolescent psychiatrist, Chair of the Advisory Committee of the Initiative for LGBT Health in the Division of Gender, Sexuality and Health, a new division of Columbia's Dept. of Psychiatry. 
    He is the principal author of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry's (AACAP's) "Practice Parameter on Gay, Lesbian or Bisexual Sexual Orientation, Gender-Nonconformity, and Gender Discordance in Children and Adolescents."  He is also a longstanding member of AACAP's Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Issues Committee, and the Group for Advancement of Psychiatry's Human Sexuality Committee. He is the primary author of several peer-reviewed publications about the psychiatric assessment of sexuality, sexual development, and psychodynamics in psychiatrically ill, sexually abused, and normally developing children and adolescents. 

  • 00:17

    Still His Own Biggest Critic - Brian Friedman

    in Lifestyle

    Brian Friedman, creative director of The Pulse, is making his mark on the dance world. He's known internationally for his iconic choreography for Beyonce, Brittany Spears, Justin Bieber, Mariah &  others. 
    He began dancing at age 11 and has been successfully branding himself ever since. 
    He's been nominated for: 
    4 MTV Video Music Awards  2 Music Video Production Awards 5 American Choreography Awards This is your show. Write to me and let me know what questions you have about your own career. 
    Finally, if you could interview one person who would it be and what would you ask them? 
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  • 00:30

    The Darkside of Wiiillard

    in Politics

    John Lauber, a soft-spoken new student one year behind Romney, was perpetually teased for his nonconformity and presumed homosexuality. Now he was walking around the all-boys school with bleached-blond hair that draped over one eye,and Romney wasn’t having it.

  • "Family Talk Wednesday" Could Your Child Be Gay?

    in Lifestyle

    Have you ever wondered if a child—maybe even your own—might be gay? If so, you're not the first parent who has. But a better question may be: How would you handle it if he or she came out to you? In this special report, Parenting explores what is and isn't known about kids' sexuality and how parents can show their love and support no matter what.

    Behaviors that May Mean More

    Besides playing dress-up, other behaviors might raise a parent's brow: children who often pretend to be the opposite sex or who prefer to play only with children of the opposite sex; a passion (for a girl) or a dislike (for a boy) of rough play; or a preference for dressing like the opposite sex in everyday situations as opposed to isolated incidents. The official psychological term for these types of behaviors is "gender nonconformity."

    Northwestern's Bailey has researched this area extensively, including whether these behaviors in children are predictive of homosexuality later in life. The bottom line? He says if a boy does many of the above-mentioned things—playing dress-up, preferring social games to rougher ones, only wanting to hang out with girls, etc.—and keeps doing them over a long period of time, it may be significant.

    "If they do it over and over, it's not a passing thing, and if they seek it out, then it's often predictive of homosexuality in adulthood in males," 

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